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Woodlands winners

PUBLISHED: 09:55 17 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:16 11 May 2010

The Woodlands winning team.

The Woodlands winning team.

The Great Yarmouth Schools FA held an annual tournament at Wroughton Junior School on Saturday.

The tournament is part of the ESFA's national competition and the winners will represent the association in the Norfolk finals.

The Great Yarmouth Schools FA held an annual tournament at Wroughton Junior School on Saturday.

The tournament is part of the ESFA's national competition and the winners will represent the association in the Norfolk finals.

The Girls U11 six-a-side teams who participated were Woodlands (winners), Cliff Park, Edward Worlledge, Wroughton and Caister.

Mr Gibbins, who presented the trophies and who also helped referee during the tournament commented that there had been a great improvement in the standard of the girls' football and he thanked all the coaches, parents and schools for their support in making the tournament a great success.

Everyone wished the Woodland girls' team the very best for future rounds and hoped to see them at the final, which will be held at Wembley.

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